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Insects and Invertebrates

Everything for the amateur or serious entomologist. From colourful visual Identification charts to titles devoted to specific families of Lepidoptera and Microlepidoptera. Atlases on ground beetles, a title on the habits and lifestyles of earthworms and a title on moth traps and how to use them. Illustrated guides and photographic guides to help you discover these fascinating creatures that share our world.

  • Garden Plants Valuable to Bees23% OFF
    Garden Plants Valuable to Bees by IBRA

    The importance of garden plants yielding nectar and pollen is that together they provide a continuous food supply, from willows and crocus in early spring to ivy in late autumn. Once available from pastures that came into flower before they were cut, verges and hedgerows and abundant weeds. Today's agriculture has greatly reduced these resources but gardens designed for ease of management are now valuable in providing day to day food supplies. 2003 revised edition

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  • Butterflies in South-East Cornwall
    Butterflies in South-East Cornwall by M P Frost, S C Madge

    Records the distribution of each species of butterfly within the Caradon diatrict of Cornwall, mainly over the perion 1985-1990.

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  • ID Chart - House and Garden Spiders
    ID Chart - House and Garden Spiders by Lawrence Bee

    This 8 sided laminated fold out colour identification chart of House and Garden Spiders includes 21 of the spider families in Britain.

    Laminated chart £3.00 Buy Now
  • ID Chart - Shieldbugs of the British Isles
    ID Chart - Shieldbugs of the British… by Bernard Nau

    This 8 sided laminated fold out colour identification chart of Shieldbugs of the British Isles covers shieldbugs that belong to the families Acanthosomatidae, Cydnidae, Scutelleridae, Thyreocoridae, and Pentatomidae, as well as the 'honorary shieldbugs' from the family Coreidae.

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  • ID Chart - Guide to the Day-flying Moths of Britain
    ID Chart - Guide to the Day-flying… -

    This 8 sided laminated fold out colour identification chart of the Day-flying Moths of Britain shows 103 species of day flying macro moths, including a few very common species that are not strictly day flying but are regularly disturbed from vegetation by day.

    Laminated chart £3.00 Buy Now
  • ID Chart - Ladybirds
    ID Chart - Ladybirds by Michael Majerus et al.

    This 8 sided laminated fold out colour identification chart of Ladybirds has been created in collaboration with the UK Ladybird Survey, which aims to facilitate the recording of all of the UK's ladybirds.

    Laminated chart £3.00 Buy Now
  • ID Chart - Butterflies of Britain
    ID Chart - Butterflies of Britain by John Bebbington

    This 8 sided laminated fold out colour identification chart of Britain's Butterflies includes 58 of the British butterfly species.

    Laminated chart £3.00 Buy Now
  • ID Chart - Caterpillars
    ID Chart - Caterpillars by John Bebbington

    This 8 sided laminated fold out colour identification chart of Caterpillars illustrates the caterpillars of 57 of Britain's butterfly species.

    Laminated chart £3.00 Buy Now
  • ID Chart - British Grasshoppers
    ID Chart - British Grasshoppers by Judith Marshall, Denys Ovenden

    This 8 sided laminated fold out colour identification chart of British Grasshoppers includes colour illustrations and text to help you identify grasshoppers, stick insects, crickets, cockroaches and earwigs.

    Laminated chart £3.00 Buy Now
  • ID Chart - Dragonflies and Damselflies
    ID Chart - Dragonflies and Damselflies by Steve Brooks, Richard Askew

    This 12 sided laminated fold out colour identification chart of Dragonflies and Damselflies of Britain covers 16 damselfly species and 28 dragonfly species.

    Laminated chart £3.80 Buy Now
  • Field Guide to Dragonflies of Britain and Europe
    Field Guide to Dragonflies of Britain… by Klaas-Douwe B. Dijkstra

    Identification guide to all the dragonflies and damselflies of Britain and Europe. Covers all of Europe from the Arctic Circle to the Mediterranean basin, including western Turkey, Cyprus, Morocco, Algeria, Tunisia and the Azores, Canaries and Madeira. Field descriptions and keys, detailed artwork, line drawings and photographs of all 160 species of Odonata recorded.

    Paperback £25.00 Buy Now
  • People, Places and Species: A History of the Study of Wasps, Ants and Bees in Watsonian Yorkshire
    People, Places and Species: A History… by Michael Archer

    Celebrates the 150th anniversary of the Yorkshire Naturalists' Union. The People and Places section is divided into four periods from the nineteenth century to the present. The species information includes name changes, species changes, difficult groups and much more.

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  • Guide to Harvestmen of the British Isles
    Guide to Harvestmen of the British Isles by Paul Richards

    Covers the adults of the harvestmen found in the field in the British Isles. Harvestmen are spider-like invertebrates that are most commonly seen in late summer and autumn. Colour photographs and text for each species will allow you to quickly make a positive identification.

    Chart £3.80 Buy Now
  • Concise Insect Guide
    Concise Insect Guide by Nicholas Hammond

    This pocket field guide is packed with information on the marvellous variety of insects that inhabits Britain and the near Continent. It includes more than 180 species, including dragonflies, bees, wasps, beetles, bugs and flies, all of which are illustrated with full-colour artworks. A concise written account covering size, description, habitat, distribution, food plants and habits appears on the same page as the illustrations for each species.

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  • The Urban Beekeeper
    The Urban Beekeeper by Steve Benbow

    Ten years ago Steve Benbow decided to keep bees. There was just one problem: he lived in an ex-council tower block with no garden. Undeterred, he built a hive on the flat roof, and there began a lifelong obsession with bees. Steve Benbow's honest, warm-hearted diary shows what a satisfying adventure it is to keep bees in the city.

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  • The Complete Field Guide to Butterflies of Australia
    The Complete Field Guide to Butterflies… by Michael F Braby

    This is a complete field guide to all butterfly species on Australia's mainland and irs remote islands. Covers the 5 major family groups: Hesperiidae, Papilonidae, Pieridae, Nymphalidae and Lycaenidae, as well as the family Riodinidae, which has a single species in Australia.

    Paperback £44.50 Buy Now
  • The Natural History of Hoverflies
    The Natural History of Hoverflies by Graham E Rotheray, Francis Gilbert

    Hoverfly research has undergone a renaissance over the past 20 years, and this title provides information on their role as a beneficial insect, both economically and environmentally. Chapters cover adults, form and function, populations and life cycles, habitats and communities, flowers and pollination and much more.

    Paperback £32.50 Buy Now
  • Dragonflies of Kent
    Dragonflies of Kent by John & Gill Brook

    Information on the distribution and status of 40 species which have been recorded in the county. Additional information on the life history and behaviour of dragonflies and damselflies, flight periods for all species and the use of exuviae - the shed larval skin - in recording and identification. Includes a key by the authors and information on top sites to visit and the species to be found there. 2nd edition.

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  • Field Guide to Butteflies of South Africa
    Field Guide to Butteflies of South Africa by Steve Woodhall

    Designed for easy, rapid identification of all butterflies likely to be seen in South Africa. Detailed introduction section discusses biology, behaviour and anatomy, families and subfamilies. Comprehensive section on individual species, including flight periods, geographical distribution and larval food sources. Colour photographs, 408pp. 2005

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  • Grasshoppers and Crickets (Collins New Naturalist)
    Grasshoppers and Crickets (Collins New… by Ted Benton

    In this latest New Naturalist volume, Ted Benton offers a comprehensive account of the appearance, variations, behaviour, habitat, life-cycles and distribution of all the native British species of bush-crickets, crickets, groundhoppers and grasshoppers. Many details from direct field observation are included, which are published here for the first time. Colour photographs, 532pp. 2012

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  • The Carabidae (Ground Beetles) of Britain and Ireland
    The Carabidae (Ground Beetles) of… by Martin L Luff

    Enables reliable identification of the adults of the 350 species of Carabids that occur in Britain and Ireland. Illustrated keys to subfamilies, tribes, genera and species are provided. Notes for each species to confirm identification, 184pp. 2007

    Paperback £19.00 Buy Now
  • Snails on Rocky Sea Shores (Naturalists' Handbook No. 30)30% OFF
    Snails on Rocky Sea Shores… by John Crothers

    The snails found living on rocky sea shores are among the most rewarding invertebrate animals to study. Species such as dog-whelks, topshells and winkles are easy to find, capture, identify, measure and mark. This book provides a key to common species, background ecology, an overview of rocky shore habitats and the techniques required for anyone to study this fascinating and accessible fauna. Colour photographs, b/w illustrations, figures, 116pp. 2012

    Paperback £13.99 RRP: £19.99Buy Now
  • A Key to the Woodlice of Britain and Ireland
    A Key to the Woodlice of Britain and… by Stephen Hopkin

    Aidgap Series. Covers 35 native or naturalized species. 32 colour photos line drawings 74pp 1991 FSC

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  • Slugs of Britain and Ireland: Identification, Understanding and Control
    Slugs of Britain and Ireland:… by Ben Rowseon et al.

    Provides comprehensive, picture-based identification charts and species accounts for 46 slug and semi-slug species now known from Britain or Ireland. It includes advice on recognising the pest species and their control in gardens. Illustration type: Colour photographs, Illustrations, Distribution maps, 136pp. 2014

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  • Dragonflies of Surrey
    Dragonflies of Surrey by Follett

    This is the first ever detailed study of the county's dragonflies. It is not only an ID guide as it also includes much information about every species in an location which boasts some of the finest dragonfly areas in Britain. Status distribution & abundance are discussed but Surrey habitats dragonfly conservation & previous works are also included. Colour photos maps 1996

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  • Keys to Adults of the Water Beetles of Britain and Ireland (Part 1)
    Keys to Adults of the Water Beetles of… by Garth N Foster, Laurie E Friday

    This is a revision of 'A key to the adults of British Water Beetles' (Friday, 1988), originally published in the AIDGAP series. Revision of the 1988 work had become essential because of many changes in the taxonomy and classification of water beetles. However, because almost 400 taxa require treatment, the authors have split the work into two volumes. Notes include characters for distinguishing the sexes, some basic information on collecting methods, and reviews of distributions in Ireland and Britain, including the Channel Isles. Illustration type: Colour plates, B/W drawings, 144pp. 2011

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  • Keys to Adults of the Water Beetles of Britain and Ireland  (Part 2)
    Keys to Adults of the Water Beetles of… by Garth N Foster et al.

    The Hydrophiloidea comprise the families Helophoridae, Georissidae, Hydrochidae, Spercheidae, and the Hydrophilidae. Most of these beetles are aquatic and this book is the second part of the RES Handbook series concerning water beetles. However, this work includes terrestrial Helophorus and many species in the subfamily Sphaeridiinae of the Hydrophilidae. Notes include characters for distinguishing the sexes, basic information on biology and collecting methods, and reviews of distributions in Ireland and in Britain, including the Channel Isles. A key to all families of aquatic beetles is appended. Illustration type: Colour photographs, B/W drawings, 126pp. 2014

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  • The Vespoid Wasps (Tiphiidae, Mutillidae, Sapygidae, Scoliidae and Vespidae) of the British Isles
    The Vespoid Wasps (Tiphiidae,… by Michael E Archer

    A checklist for the 45 species that have been recorded from the British Isles. Keys to the families, genera and species, together with diagnostic illustrations, are provided. Notes are given on the preparation of specimens for identification. Species profiles include information on British and overseas distribution, habitats, adult activity period, nesting characteristics, prey, host records and flowers visited. Colour photographs, line drawings, 82pp. 2014

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  • Threatened Wasps, Ants and Bees (Hymenoptera: Aculeata) in Watsonian Yorkshire - A Red Data Book
    Threatened Wasps, Ants and Bees… by Michael E Archer

    This booklet highlights 107 threatened species of which 19 species have not been recorded since 1970. Its main use will be in Regional Biodiversity Action Plans where information is needed for the conservation process. Sources of records categories of threatened species habitat conservation & species accounts form some of the contents followed by Appendix 1 & 2 showing an All- Time list & Site Names respectively. B/w illustrations map 68pp 1998

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  • Guide to the Dragonflies and Damselflies of Ireland
    Guide to the Dragonflies and… by Robert Thompson

    A guide designed to encourage the identification and recording of dragonflies and damselflies in Ireland. Illustration type: Colour illustrations, Maps, Coloured photographs, 136pp. 2014

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  • The Staphylinidae (Rove Beetles) of Britain and Ireland: Oxyporinae, Steninae, Euaesthetinae, Pseudopsinae, Paederinae, Staphylininae
    The Staphylinidae (Rove Beetles) of… by Derek A Lott, Roy Anderson

    A second volume of identification keys to the British Staphylinidae, covering the subfamilies Oxyporinae, Steninae, Euaesthetinae, Pseudopsinae, Paederinae, Staphylininae. Illustration type: Colour photographs, Line drawings, 340pp. 2011

    Paperback £49.00 Buy Now
  • British and Irish Butterflies25% OFF
    British and Irish Butterflies by Adrian M Riley

    The clear directions and field tips, with added OS grid references, will assist you in finding the butterflies and also in identifying them in their habitats, guided by details of behaviour and morphology. The text is complemented with over 270 photographs of living specimens of all the taxa in full colour.

    Paperback £18.75 RRP: £25.00Buy Now
  • True Weevils (Part III): Coleoptera: Curculioninae, Baridinae, Orobitidinae
    True Weevils (Part III): Coleoptera:… by M G Morris

    Notes on the species include characters for distinguishing the sexes and information on the biology, larval food plants, distribution within Great Britain and Ireland, and zoogeographical range. The species with current 'Red Data Book' or 'Notable' status are indicated. Illustration type: Colour photographs, B/W drawings, 136pp. 2012

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  • Guide to Insects of the British Isles
    Guide to Insects of the British Isles by Richard Lewington

    Avoiding technical jargon, this chart shows you precisely what to look out for to recognise mayflies, dragonflies, stoneflies, alderflies, snakeflies, scorpionflies, true flies, earwigs, cockroaches, grasshoppers, crickets, bees, wasps, ants, butterflies, moths, antlions, silverfish, firebrats, bristletails, thrips and many others. 2012

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  • Insects and Arachnids of Qatar (Qatar Nature Explorer)
    Insects and Arachnids of Qatar (Qatar… by Frances Gillespie

    The Qatar Nature Explorer series offers a unique insight into Qatar's natural history and wildlife, and is an essential resource for schools and parents. 32pp. 2013

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  • Guide to the Ladybird Larvae of the British Isles
    Guide to the Ladybird Larvae of the… by Peter Brown et al.

    Ladybird larvae are often found, but not well known, as they look so different from adult ladybirds. This new 8-panel fold-out chart with illustrations of the larvae of the 26 ladybird species featured on the earlier Ladybirds chart and a selection of photographs of pupae. 2012

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  • Plants for Bees: A Guide to the Plants that Benefit the Bees of the British Isles
    Plants for Bees: A Guide to the Plants… by W D J Kirk, F N Howes

    An informative book that provides gardeners, beekeepers and bee lovers with all the information they need to create a healthy environment for the many species of bee in the British Isles. Explains the importance of planting flowers for both long and short tongued species. A simple key system allows gardeners to quickly identify the advantages of more than 300 plants for each type of bee. 2012

    Hardback £35.00 Buy Now
  • Small Woodland Creatures
    Small Woodland Creatures by Lars-Henrik Olsen et al.

    Covers the commoner 'creepy-crawlies' and their artefacts likely to be encountered on woodland walks. Arranged by animal group and where they are found, ie inside fungi, wood or wrapped in leaves. Sections on aspects of the animals' biology. Colour illustrations, 208pp 2001

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  • Bees of Surrey
    Bees of Surrey by David W Baldock

    Surrey is probably the richest county in Britan for bees, supporting almost 90% of the British List. Includes an account of 222 species recorded to date and illustrates nearly 100 of them. Colour illustrations, 304pp. 2008

    Hardback £16.00 Buy Now
  • Checklist of Beetles of the British Isles
    Checklist of Beetles of the British Isles by A G Duff

    Checklist of Beetles of the British Isles is a comprehensive checklist of beetles recorded from Great Britain and Ireland, including the Isle of Man, but not the Channel Islands. Contains a comprehensive listing of subfamilies, genera, and species, 174pp. 2nd edition 2012

    Paperback £16.99 Buy Now
  • The Bumblebees of Essex
    The Bumblebees of Essex by Ted Benton

    Colour photographs of all the bumblebees of Essex and southern England, plus a selection of insects which mimic bumblebees. Chapters on natural history, ecology and relationship with humans. Identification keys, national and local status summaries with detailed Essex distribution maps. 204pp. 2000

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  • Keys to the Adults of Seed and Leaf Beetles
    Keys to the Adults of Seed and Leaf… by David Hubble

    Covers the adults of the Chrysomelidae (277 species including the Bruchinae, previously considered a family rather than subfamily), Orsodacnidae (2 species, previously placed in the Chrysomelidae) and Megalopodidae (3 species, also previously in the Chrysomelidae). Illustrated keys to subfamilies and small families, genera and species are provided. B/w line drawings, 136pp. 2012

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  • Colour Identification Guide to Moths of the British Isles
    Colour Identification Guide to Moths of… by Bernard Skinner

    A revised and updated assessment of the status, habits, and distribution of all breeding species and genuine migrants. Colour plates illustrating over 1600 specimens, line drawings, 323pp, Revised 3rd edition 2009

    Hardback £60.00 Buy Now
  • Key to the Earthworms of the UK and Ireland
    Key to the Earthworms of the UK and… by Emma Sherlock

    Enables users to identify all 27 species of earthwoms found living freely in the UK and Ireland. A special feature of this book is a fully illustrated guide to the main external features used in the key; experience has shown that these are often a significant barrier in earthworm identification. Detailed species accounts are also included. Colour photographs, b/w illustrations, tables, 44pp. 2012

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  • The Dragonflies and Damselflies of Pagham Harbour Local Nature Reserve
    The Dragonflies and Damselflies of… by Holloway, Lawrence

    A general introduction is followed by an overview of the odonata group details of the Reserve itself & a review of the literature. The species accounts are based on the author's detailed notebook & relate his records in the form of personal anecdotes. Colour photographs maps 44pp 1999

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  • Pocket Guide to the Butterflies of Britain and Ireland
    Pocket Guide to the Butterflies of… by Richard Lewington

    An ideal guide for beginners, as well as for more experienced butterfly enthusiasts. It includes information on all our resident and migrant species of butterfly, plus illustrations showing all stages of the life cycle, all presented in an accessible, easy-to-use field guide format.

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  • Dragonflight: In Search of Britain's Dragonflies and Damselflies
    Dragonflight: In Search of Britain's… by Marianne Taylor

    Dragonflight: In Search of Britain's Dragonflies and Damselflies is an account of two years spent getting to know Britain's most dazzling and enigmatic insects - the dragonflies and damselflies. The quest to find, photograph, watch and learn about dragons and damsels took the author on a tour of diverse and lovely wetlands up and down Britain, from the rugged wild peat bogs of north-west Scotland to the languid meanders of the Oxfordshire Thames.

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  • A Sting in the Tale
    A Sting in the Tale by Dave Goulson

    One of the UK's most respected conservationists and the founder of the Bumblebee Conservation Trust, Goulson combines Gerald Durrell-esque tales of a child's growing passion for nature with a deep insight into the crucial importance of the bumblebee. He details the minutiae of life in their nests, sharing fascinating research into the effects intensive farming has had on our bee populations and on the potential dangers if we are to continue down this path, 256pp. 2013

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  • Illustrated Key to the Families of British Springtails (Collembola)
    Illustrated Key to the Families of… by Thom Dallimore, Peter Shaw

    An illustrated key to the families of Collembola in Britain. Although not as detailed as Hopkin (2007), the authors hope that this new guide will encourage more recording of these tiny but vital animals. Colour and black and white illustrations.

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  • Butterflies: Messages from Psyche
    Butterflies: Messages from Psyche by Howse, Philip

    The author explains how these living tapestries have been designed by evolution to protect the insects from their principal predators. If we look at the detail of a living butterfly in the way a bird sees it from many different angles and perspectives, surprising images reveal themselves. Owl eyes, snake heads, caterpillars, lizards, wasps, scorpions, birds beaks and feathers can be seen. Also looks at the complex meanings they convey to us, and how, over millennia, they have been incorporated into mythologies and transformed into gods and goddess of many cultures. Colour photographs, 192pp. 2010

    Paperback £25.00 Buy Now
  • Guide to the Hawkmoths of the British Isles
    Guide to the Hawkmoths of the British… by John Bebbington

    Illustrates the adults and caterpillars of all 18 British species. Information to help you make a positive identification. Includes regional distribution for each species, the main larval plants and time of adult emergence. 2007

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  • Atlas of the Millipedes (Diplopoda) of Britain and Ireland
    Atlas of the Millipedes (Diplopoda) of… by Paul Lee, Paul T Harding

    This is a culmination of more than 30 years of data collection by over 500 naturalists throughout Britain and Ireland. It has enabled the production of an atlas based on more than 47,000 records which is so much more than a simple collection of distribution maps for the 62 species of millipede found in Britain. Colour photographs of many species, maps, 216pp. 2007

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  • Dragonflies: Status Survey and Conservation Action Plan
    Dragonflies: Status Survey and… by N W Moore

    Some 5,000 species have been described and there are undoubtedly many more awaiting discovery and description. These beautiful creatures are good indicators of water quality and are also predators of mosquitoes. Most species live in the tropics particularly in the rainforests and destruction of habitat poses a direct threat to their survival. This plan looks at the problems facing these creatures and proposes some solutions for their survival and conservation. v + 28pp

    Paperback £10.50 Buy Now
  • Spiders: The Ultimate Predators
    Spiders: The Ultimate Predators by Stephen Dalton

    Spiders are the most successful predators on earth. Looks at their fascinating lifestyles according to their many, often bizarre, strategies at catching prey. Chapters include nocturnal hunters, daylight visual hunters, jumping spiders, ambushers and lurkers, trappers - orderly webs, trappers - disorderly webs, tunnel builders and nonconformists. Colour photographs, 208pp. 2008

    Hardback £19.99 Buy Now
  • ID Chart - Guide to Bees of Britain
    ID Chart - Guide to Bees of Britain by Buglife, Chris O'Toole

    This handy eight page laminated guide details the many species of bees found in the UK.

    Laminated chart £3.00 Buy Now
  • The Butterflies of Great Britain ID Cards
    The Butterflies of Great Britain ID Cards -

    58 resident and commonly occurring migrant species. Illustrations and ID advise from artist Rosemary Powell. Includes charts of flight periods, typical habitat and regional distribution. 12 cards

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  • Spiders of Britain & Northern Europe (Collins Field Guide)
    Spiders of Britain & Northern Europe… by Michael J. Roberts

    All 450 species are illustrated in colour with paintings showing common colour variations and sex differences. General family features are also described and a key to webs is included. Genitalia illustrations also assist identification. Colour plates, b/w illustrations, 383pp. 2001 edition

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  • Bumblebees (Naturalists' Handbook No. 6)
    Bumblebees (Naturalists' Handbook No. 6) by Oliver E Prys-Jones, Sarah A Corbet

    This new edition embraces the wealth of information published on all British species (including Bombus hypnorum). Covers life history, ecology, foraging, parasites and conservation in recent years. Includes a new chapter on the very real threats to bumblebees, their crucial role as pollinators of our native flora and crops, ways to promote their survival, and the advantages and problems posed by their commercial use. Colour plates, b/w and colour illustrations, distributuion maps, 130pp. 3rd edition 2011

    Paperback £19.99 Buy Now
  • Moths of Europe - Volume 3: Zygaenids, Pyralids 1
    Moths of Europe - Volume 3: Zygaenids,… by Patrice Leraut

    A Concise comprehensive field guide that covers the zygaenids (Zygaenidae), Brachodidae and pyralids (Crambidae) Colour plates, 600pp. 2012

    Hardback £75.00 Buy Now
  • Key to Identifying Land Invertebrates
    Key to Identifying Land Invertebrates by Lyn Merrick

    A3 key to help you identify some of the common British land invertebrates

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